Ann Veronica JANSSENS
Artistic Practice Department
Born in Folkestone, Great Britain, in 1956, Ann Veronica Janssens studied at the National School of Visual Arts La Cambre in Brussels where she lives and works.
Since 1985, she participated in various international biennials and participates in important group exhibitions, including: Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, Ontario, Generali Foundation, Vienna, Chisenhale Gallery, London; Hayward gallery, London; Witte de With, Rotterdam; Boijmans Van Beuningen Museum, Rotterdam; Kröller Müller Museum, Otterlo; Kunstverein, Berlin; Biennial of Sydney, Istanbul, Sao Paulo, Seoul. In 1999, with Michel Francois, she represented Belgium at the Venice Biennial.
Her work is also featured in numerous solo exhibitions in Belgium and abroad: Serendipity, Wiels Contemporary Art Centre, Brussels; Are you experienced?, Espai d’Art Contemporani Art de Castello, Castello; Morsbroich Museum; Neue National Gallery, Berlin; Orsay Museum, Paris; CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco; Ikon Gallery, Birmingham; Kunstverein
München, Munich; Mac Marseille; Kunsthalle, Bern.
In 2000, she stayed in Berlin as part of the program of Deutscher Akademischer Autauschdienst (DAAD).
She regularly collaborates with choreographers (Pierre Droulers, Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker).
Since 2009, she initiated with Nathalie Ergino the Laboratoire Epace Cerveau at IAC, Villeurbanne.
A monograph was dedicated to her in 2004 by Editions des Beaux-Arts and the Mac, Marseille.